ents came together for a day of fun and competition at Project Play. This annual event hosted by Campus Recreation gives new students an opportunity to come together, meet new friends and compete against students from residence halls.
Led by their resident student staff captain, the residence halls went head-to-head against each other in various sports. This year’s students competed in basketball, dodgeball, softball and an obstacle course. The environment was exciting as the RSS leaders helped to get their teams pumped up with cheers and chants. All the students were cheering for residents from their respective halls. Many students made new friends at the event.
“Project Play is a great way for the new students to meet each other and see other parts of the campus outside their building,” said Jordan Loward, Resident Assistant in Funnelle Hall.
Each activity was scored using a points system. The team with the highest number of points at the conclusion of the afternoon was awarded a hall of champions trophy. After all the scores were added up, it was Funnelle Hall that came out victorious.